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2013 | 1/2013 (41) t.2 | 134-152
Article title

Trendy epidemiologiczno-demograficzne jako wyzwanie dla europejskich systemów ochrony zdrowia

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Epidemiologic and demographic trends as a challenge for European health care systems
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Celem artykułu jest przegląd wybranych trendów demograficznych i epidemiologicznych dotyczących europejskich społeczeństw. Artykuł koncentruje się na wpływie zdefiniowanych trendów na system finansowania i organizowania ochrony zdrowia. Dyskusja została poprowadzona w oparciu o analizę komparatywną statystyk międzynarodowych odnoszących się do regionu Europy, w tym przede wszystkim krajów Unii Europejskiej. Artykuł wieńczą konkluzje na temat priorytetowych kierunków zmian w finansowaniu i organizowaniu ochrony zdrowia
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The aim of this paper is to revise selected demographic and epidemiologic trends regarding European societies. Next paper focuses on the implications of the defined trends on health care financing and organizing. The discussion is based on the comparative analysis of international statistics referring European region, mainly members of European Union. Then the conclusions are drawn regarding priorities in health care organizing and financing.
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134-152
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2013-03-15
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  • Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania, Uniwersytet Szczeciński, gita@wneiz.pl
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Publication order reference
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1644-9584
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-2c83009f-f0ec-4026-beb3-303ed7e62693
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